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rowinggolfer
Canine II

Importing Xrays and Images - best practice

I have a significant number of digital xrays and images from other sources, which I would like to import into the R4 Clinical+ system.

I can import into CS Dental Imaging (kodak), but they are saved as "unclassified images" with a datestamp indicating when the image was imported, as opposed to when it was taken. This could lead to erroneous diagnosis.

So my question is - what is the best way to do this?

Example. "Patient A" has 2 bitewing radiographs taken on 24 April 2016, and a Periapical of the 11 taken 11 March 2017. Is it possible to add these radiographs to the record of Patient A on R4 so that they are correctly dated and displayed on the chart?

regards

Neil.

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CS Dental Employee
CS Dental Employee

Re: Importing Xrays and Images - best practice

Hi Neil,

Although this is not specifically an R4 question, I will do my best to answer it.

1. Import the required image into Carestream Dental Imaging Software.

2. Click on File and then select Save.

3. In the top left-hand corner there is a date box. Click on the drop down arrow and select the date that you want to be associated with the image.

4. On the right-hand side select the correct image type - Not Classified, Extraoral, Intraoral.

5. Add additional comments in the boc if required.

6. Click on OK to save the image.

I hope that this helps.

rowinggolfer
Canine II

Re: Importing Xrays and Images - best practice

Thanks Stephen, I will give this a go at the earliest opportunity.

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rowinggolfer
Canine II

Re: Importing Xrays and Images - best practice

yes. perfect.

CS Dental Employee
CS Dental Employee

Re: Importing Xrays and Images - best practice

Hi Neil,

I am glad that it worked for you.

Regards

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